Crazy Weather And Crazy Facts Making You Crazy

Crazy Weather And Crazy Facts Making You Crazy

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China Steps Into Soft Power Vacuum As The US Retreats Under Trump
by Asit K. Biswas and Cecilia Tortajada, National University of Singapore
Soft power is the ability of a country to shape other countries’ views, attitudes, perceptions and actions without…
The Future Of Society Depends On Science And Research Being Better Reported
The Future Of Society Depends On Science And Research Being Better Reported
by Andy Tattersall, University of Sheffield
Newspaper articles, TV appearances and radio slots are increasingly important ways for academics to communicate their…
What's Behind Exxon Mobil's About-face On Climate Disclosure?
What's Behind Exxon Mobil's About-face On Climate Disclosure?
by Paul Griffin, University of California, Davis
Exxon Mobil Corp. has vowed to do a better job in disclosing the risks it faces from climate change starting “in the…
How Bill McKibben's Radical Idea Of Fossil-fuel Divestment Transformed The Climate Debate
How Bill McKibben's Radical Idea Of Fossil-fuel Divestment Transformed The Climate Debate
by Todd Schifeling, Temple University and Andrew J. Hoffman, University of Michigan
“We need to view the fossil-fuel industry in a new light. It has become a rogue industry, reckless like no other force…
Why The Doomsday Clock Puts World Risk At 65-year High
Why The Doomsday Clock Puts World Risk At 65-year High
by Alex Kirby, Climate News Ntwork
The Doomsday Clock, a measure by scientists of the risk to global survival, now says the danger is the greatest since…
Why Trump Is Confused On The Climate’s Security Threat
Why Trump Is Confused On The Climate’s Security Threat
by Alex Kirby, Climate News Network
The new US national defense strategy appears to leave President Trump in two minds on the risk from climate’s security…
People Report The Most Stress About This Climate Worry
People Report The Most Stress About This Climate Worry
by Alexis Blue-University of Arizona
While some people have little anxiety about the Earth’s changing climate, others are experiencing high levels of…
A Year Of Trump: How His Incendiary Style Took The Place Of Substance
A Year Of Trump: How His Incendiary Style Took The Place Of Substance
by Clodagh Harrington, De Montfort University
Anyone looking for a visual representation of Donald Trump’s first year in office need only behold Time magazine’s…
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We're Climate Researchers And Our Work Was Turned Into Fake News
by Michael Grubb, UCL
Science is slow. It rests on painstaking research with accumulating evidence. This makes for an inherently uneasy…
Here’s How Much Money The Mercer Family Donated To Climate Misinformation Groups In 2016
by Zahra Hirji, BuzzFeed
The Mercer family, among President Trump’s most powerful donors, in 2016 gave nearly $4 million to groups that…
Why The Doomsday Clock Puts World Risk At 65-year High
by Alex Kirby, Climate News Ntwork
The Doomsday Clock, a measure by scientists of the risk to global survival, now says the danger is the greatest since…
Why Trump Is Confused On The Climate’s Security Threat
by Alex Kirby, Climate News Network
The new US national defense strategy appears to leave President Trump in two minds on the risk from climate’s security…
People Report The Most Stress About This Climate Worry
by Alexis Blue-University of Arizona
While some people have little anxiety about the Earth’s changing climate, others are experiencing high levels of…
A Year Of Trump: How His Incendiary Style Took The Place Of Substance
by Clodagh Harrington, De Montfort University
Anyone looking for a visual representation of Donald Trump’s first year in office need only behold Time magazine’s…
Crazy Weather And Crazy Facts Making You Crazy
by Robert Jennings, InnerSelf.com
It seems that extreme weather is becoming more extreme and increasingly common. We can't pick up one of the few…
China Steps Into Soft Power Vacuum As The US Retreats Under Trump
by Asit K. Biswas and Cecilia Tortajada, National University of Singapore
Soft power is the ability of a country to shape other countries’ views, attitudes, perceptions and actions without…

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